|Tomazinho Cardozo, an interview in Mangalore|
Former Goa Assembly Speaker, and a man of the performing arts, Tomazinho Cardozo, speaks with Willy Goes about building Konkani bridges between Goa and Mangalore, both of which share some similar linguistic and other traditions. This interview was conducted at Radio Saranga, 107.8 FM at Mangalore, on March 10, 2012. Interview in the Konkani language.
Keywords: goa; mangalore; konkani; tomazinho cardozo; culture; language; radio saranga; community radio station
|SPACE, a society for promoting arts, culture and education in Goa - Recorded by FN/Frederick Noronha|
Terence Jorge and team introduce the work of SPACE, the Society for Promotion of the Arts, Culture and Education, which commenced in September 2009. (This recording begins with trainee-teachers present a few minutes of drama.) The Space Theatre Ensemble (STÉ, pronounced st-ay) has done two theatre productions so far -- *For Mother Earth* (a performance of poetry that travelled to 32 venues in Goa, Mumbai and Pune and viewed by over 5000 people) and its current production titled *Creatures of th...
Keywords: SPACE; goa; non-profits; initiatives; theatre; arts; culture; education; nirmala institute of education; STÉ
|Mario Fernandes... on culture, music, drama and sports in today's Goa - Recorded by FN/Frederick Noronha|
During a noisy evening session at the Cafe Prakash in Panjim (Goa), returned expat Mario Fernandes explains about how he struck roots back in Goa, after his family was out of the region for a century or more of migration. Some unusual ideas, and fascinating results received from consistent work in the village areas of Goa.(The interview ends with one of the Cafe Prakash regulars asking Mario if he was undergoing a confession! Cafe Prakash is considered to be the "unofficial press club" of Goa, a...
Keywords: goa; villages; drama; culture; music; sports; mario fernandes; pomburpa spring festival; divar island; salvador do mundo